Me + Your Advice - money = Truley Ripped

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    Jun 29, 2009 4:07 PM GMT
    Hello you lovely gentlemen,

    I have been on this site finding out workout tips and such for some time now, and right now, in my life, I really want to be truley Ripped. I want a really good body, and since I have a lot of time on my hands, I have the time, motivation, and I believr strength to do it. I just need to know where to start, how much time I should put in, what to eat, and how to live. I figure I take this summer and a bit of fall to do this...no rush really, I know a great body takes time...but I want to do it...not for boys or men, not for a modelling career...but damn it, for me! I want to see myself look like I can run pass cheetahs, fight a bear (animal one), and look like a UFC fighter...escept with my face...lol. 2nd, I want to be healthy, too. I figure eating the rite stuff, hitting the gym hard, and just putting some energy into improving myself would make my mood better and also make me feel better. SO you sexy men...make me a sexier man...lay it on me, books, websites, foods, advice, you name it...I have a gym membership, and I can splurge on food...but try to keep the advice on a low money scale...cuz I have none...ok so hit me up, and give me some thoughts.

    Thank you,

    Frank
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    Jun 30, 2009 10:20 PM GMT
    Nothing wastes more money than not doing things right. Take a personal trainer a couple times and learn proper form, etc. Spending 40$ and learning how to do it right will save you from throwing your money away month after month from doing it wrong. If I took a trainer when I first started working out, I would be a lot farther along than I was back then and would have made more use out of my workouts and nutritional choices. I see so many people doing exercises wrong and getting nowhere week after week. Big waste of money and time. People cant tell you what to do with training. Being shown is far more worthwhile. I saw a dad training his son on biceps curls. He was bringing his elbows forward and his shoulders back on every rep. Wasted time. I see guys squatting down only a quarter of the way instead of thighs parallel to floor. Wasted time and pain. All those post meal shakes gone to waste, meals, etc. So, if you have little money, my answer is to get a trainer. Make sense now?